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SUBJ/FEBRUARY 2014 CYCLE 094 NAVY-WIDE EXAMINATIONS FOR ADVANCEMENT OF
SELECTED RESERVE PERSONNEL TO E4-E7 AND FY-15 SELECTED RESERVE SELECTION
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NARR/REF A IS NAVADMIN 336/07, ADMINISTRATION OF THE NAVY-WIDE ADVANCEMENT
EXAM FOR SAILORS IN IRAQ, AFGHANISTAN, AND THE HORN OF AFRICA. REF B IS
BUPERSINST 1430.16F, ADVANCEMENT MANUAL FOR THE ENLISTED PERSONNEL OF U.S.
NAVY AND U.S. NAVY RESERVE. REF C IS MILPERSMAN 1160-120, HIGH YEAR TENURE
(HYT). REF D IS ALNAV 015/13, PERSONNEL SECURITY INVESTIGATION SUBMISSION
REF E IS OPNAVINST 6110.1J, PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM. REF F IS NAVADMIN
215/10, PERFORMANCE EVALUATION AND ADVANCEMENT GUIDANCE FOR INDIVIDUAL
AUGMENTEE SAILORS. REF G IS MILPERSMAN 1070-080, ENLISTED OFFICIAL MILITARY
PERSONNEL FILE (OMPF). REF H IS MILPERSMAN 1070-150, REQUEST FOR COPIES OF
THE PERMANENT PERSONNEL RECORD. REF I IS NAVADMIN 016/13, SUBMISSION OF NAVY
AWARDS TO THE OFFICIAL MILITARY PERSONNEL FILE.//
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN announces Cycle 094 Navy-Wide Examinations for
advancement in rate of selected reserve (SELRES) personnel. Inactive reserve
examinations will be administered February 2014 for
E4/E5/E6/E7 candidates. All candidates serving on voluntary recall, active-
duty training, or active-duty under presidential recall authority, including
mobilization, will compete for advancement as SELRES inactive (USNR-INACTIVE)
in Cycle 094. Individual ready reserve (IRR) personnel who are mobilized are
considered under the SELRES requirements for advancement. Refer to ref (a)
regarding advancement examination options for Sailors who are pending
deployment to or are deployed and operating in, Iraq, Afghanistan or the Horn
of Africa. This NAVADMIN supplements ref (b). Paragraph
12 contains a list of key dates and events, paragraph 13 contains a list of
websites, and paragraph 14 contains a list of points of contact (POC) for
2. Exam ordering:
a. CTI/CTN/CTR sensitive compartmented information (SCI) examination
(1) Additional SCI examination orders can be submitted via message or
encrypted e-mail in accordance with ref (b), figure 4-1, message format to
Navy Education and Training Professional Development and Technology Center
(NETPDTC) Pensacola FL (N332).
Encrypted e-mail should contain message format as an attachment.
Requests must also include command's Department of Defense Activity Address
Code (DODAAC) account number, POC, and the number of examinations required.
Commands requesting the forwarding of examinations should include the
forwarding command as an info addressee on the message. The deadline for
ordering additional examinations is 2 March 2014.
(2) NETPDTC SCI examination POCs are Mrs. Janet Mejias at
(850) 452-1620/DSN 459 or via e-mail at sfly_cryptologic.products
(at)navy.mil or Ms. Judy Boston at (850) 452-1045/DSN 459 or via e-mail at
b. Non-SCI examination ordering:
(1) Time-In-Rate (TIR) eligibility lists for examination ordering of
all other ratings will be available at the NEAS website,
https://neasos.cnet.navy.mil, from 17 November 2013 to 19 December 2013.
(NOTE: Order examinations for PRISE-R candidates via message or encrypted e-
mail as internet ordering is not available for those personnel). Command
Education Services Officers (ESO) may register for access at the Navy
Enlisted Advancement System (NEAS) website.
(2) After the closing date of the initial examination order, the NEAS
website will re-open for additional examination orders from
20 December 2013 through 29 January 2014.
(3) Once internet ordering is closed, late examination orders can be
made via message or encrypted e-mail to sfly_n321_exam_order (at)navy.mil in
accordance with figure 4-1 of ref (b). Encrypted e-mail should have message
format as an attachment with POC included in message. The deadline for
ordering examinations is 3 March 2014.
There are no substitute examinations for SELRES.
c. Commands must verify the examination order status on the NEAS website
under "View Previous Exam Orders" within 14 days of placing examination
orders. If discrepancies are noted, contact NETPDTC at (850) 473-6142/DSN
d. When an examination is not used, do not destroy the examination prior
to 1 April 2014. The last available day to administer an examination is 31
e. Commands must verify TIR lists and take the following actions as
(1) Eligible candidates are not listed - Commands must add candidates
and appropriate examinations to the TIR list.
(2) Listed candidates are not eligible or are no longer recommended
for advancement - Commands must click "no" and then click the submit button
to delete names from the TIR list.
(3) Candidates no longer attached to command - Commands must delete
or order/forward examinations, as applicable.
(4) Appropriate examination for candidates - Commands must select
appropriate examinations, particularly for rating conversions or separate
competitive groups within ratings, such as ATI/ATO.
(5) Nuclear propulsion candidates - Since there are no nuclear
billets within SELRES community, no nuclear power examinations are
3. Eligibility requirements:
a. SELRES candidates must meet the basic eligibility requirements per
ref (b), chapter 2 NLT 31 January 2014. Candidates who do not meet
eligibility requirements are ineligible for advancement and shall not be
administered a Cycle 094 advancement examination.
b. Terminal eligibility dates for Cycle 094 (Refer to ref (b) to compute
(1) E7 candidates - 1 January 2015. Personnel with a TIR date of 1
January 2012 or earlier are TIR eligible.
(2) E6 candidates - 1 July 2014. Personnel with a TIR date of 1 July
2011 or earlier are TIR eligible.
(3) E5 candidates - 1 July 2014. Personnel with a TIR date of 1 July
2013 or earlier are TIR eligible.
(4) E4 candidates - 1 July 2014. Personnel with a TIR date of 1
January 2014 or earlier will be TIR eligible for this examination cycle.
c. Early promote (EP) TIR waiver must be in accordance with ref (b),
paragraph 216.f. Candidates who have been granted EP TIR waivers must be
identified during examination ordering, on the answer sheet, and on the
letter of transmittal to NETPDTC (N321). This will prevent automatic system
invalidation as a result of insufficient TIR.
Candidates not granted an EP TIR waiver by their commanding officer
(CO) will not be eligible for consideration by either the regular or a
special selection board. The "EP" evaluations on which the TIR waiver is
based must be available to the selection board prior to the board convening
date; otherwise the candidate
will be invalidated.
d. E4/5/6 candidates who reach High Year Tenure (HYT) on or after 1 July
2014 or who have received a HYT waiver to remain in a SELRES status on or
after 1 July 2014, are eligible to participate in the advancement
examination, per ref (c). Personnel who exceed the HYT limit for the next
paygrade do not meet the criteria to serve in the next paygrade vacancy and
therefore are not eligible for advancement and shall not be administered an
e. E7 candidates who reach HYT on or after 1 September 2014, or who have
received a HYT waiver prior to the board convening date to remain on active-
duty (or remain in SELRES status) beyond
1 September 2014 are eligible for consideration by the selection board.
Candidates with a HYT date prior to 1 September 2014 are not eligible to
compete for advancement and shall not be administered an examination unless
they have an approved HYT waiver and have been validated by their command
prior to the board convening date.
f. Candidates who have submitted a formal written request for voluntary
transfer to the retired reserve (with or without pay) or fleet reserve on a
date prior to their mandated HYT are ineligible for advancement.
g. Members who were validated as selection board eligible (SBE) and have
submitted a request for voluntary transfer to the retired reserve (with or
without pay) or fleet reserve may regain selection board eligibility provided
cancellation of retirement/fleet reserve authorization is approved at Navy
Personnel Command (NPC) prior to selection board convening date. Otherwise,
they are ineligible for consideration by the chief petty officer (CPO)
Commands must revalidate members whose cancellation of retirement/fleet
reserve authorization is approved prior to selection board convening date by
encrypted e-mail to NETPDTC (N321), info copy to PERS-812/802 at
advancements-reserve(at)navy.mil prior to convening of board. The encrypted
e-mail must include reason for revalidation.
h. Commissioning programs: Sailors who have been selected for Seaman to
Admiral (STA-21), Medical Enlisted Commissioning Program, and Medical Service
Corps In-service Procurement Programs remain eligible for advancement to CPO.
Selection to any other officer commissioning program renders the member
ineligible and examinations that were administered in error must be
invalidated by their command.
i. Warfare qualification requirements for E6 candidates are contained in
the applicable OPNAV Instruction 1414 series and should be reviewed when
verifying advancement eligibility.
j. Candidates must meet special requirements (citizenship, medical,
armed services vocational aptitude battery test) for certain ratings outlined
in ref (b), paragraph 204 no later than 31 January 2014.
k. Security clearance: All personnel in certain ratings must, at a
minimum, maintain continuous security clearance eligibility.
Favorable investigation adjudication must be issued from Department of
Defense Central Adjudication Facility or the member's CO must grant temporary
access (an interim clearance) prior to 31 January 2014. COs must follow
procedures from the Navy personnel security program to grant interim access.
In accordance with ref (d), Sailors with an expired or expiring security
clearance who have proper access and have maintained security clearance
eligibility may participate in this examination cycle. Sailors in the
following ratings who do not meet this requirement are ineligible for
advancement and shall not be administered an examination: AC, AE, AG, AO,
ATI, ATO, AWF, AWO, AWR, AWS, AZ, CTI, CTN, CTR, CTT, EOD, ET, FC, GM, HT,
IC, IS, IT, LN, MA, MC, MN, ND, OS, QM, SB, SO, STG, STS, and YN. This
guidance supersedes chapter 2 of ref (b).
l. Candidates must meet physical readiness program requirements of ref
m. "A" school candidates:
(1) Sailors who have reported to "A" school for a rating conversion
and have not graduated from the "A" school by 31 January
2014 are not eligible to participate in the examination.
(2) Sailors graduating from mandatory "A" school for the rating
entry after the regular examination month are not eligible for regular or
late examinations in their new rating.
n. Branch class (BRCL) and special program indicator (SPI)
Code: BRCL 32 with a blank "SPI" code is an invalid Navy accounting status
which may cause Sailors to be reflected in the incorrect advancement
competitive category. Commands with Sailors in this invalid accounting
status must take action to correct this error either via Navy Standard
Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) corrective action or the Sailor must
submit a Board for Correction of Naval Records petition. This accounting
status is reflected on the command's Enlisted Distribution Verification
Report. Sailors in this invalid accounting status will have their
examination invalidated. Candidates who are invalidated for this reason and
do not have the corrections completed prior to the board convening date may
not be eligible for a special selection board.
o. Special requirements for Navy diver (ND) personnel: To be eligible
for advancement to E7, Sailors must hold the first class diver navy enlisted
classification (NEC) 5342 prior to the E7 board convening date. It is the
command's responsibility to invalidate examination results for those SBE
Sailors that fail to hold the NEC 5342 as outlined.
p. Special requirements for explosive ordnance disposal (EOD)
personnel: To be eligible for advancement to E7, Sailors must hold the senior
EOD technician NEC 5335 or the master EOD technician NEC 5337. It is the
command's responsibility to invalidate examination results for those SBE
Sailors that fail to hold the NEC 5335 and NEC
5337 as outlined.
q. The in-theater SBE waiver is not an automatic process.
(1) Commands must take action to validate as SBE those eligible for
the in-theater SBE waiver. Command failure to validate as SBE prior to the
board convening date will result in the member not being considered by the
(2) Validation process. Prepare and submit a transmittal letter with
Encl (1) as the listing by activity and Encl (2) as candidate worksheets.
Submit SBE waiver transmittal letter separately from examination answer
sheets. Deadline for requesting SBE waiver is 15 April 2014.
(3) Candidates are directed to verify that they have been validated
as SBE by viewing their profile sheet via NKO at https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil.
(Refer to paragraph 8.e. of this
(4) NETPDTC SBE waiver POCS are Mr. Bruce Dietly at
bruce.dietly(at)navy.mil or Ms. Jennifer Spohn at jennifer.
spohn(at)navy.mil or by phone at (850) 473-6148/DSN 753.
4. Performance mark average (PMA): Evaluations used to compute PMA must be
inclusive of the periods listed below:
Prospective Evaluation Computation
Paygrade Paygrade Period
E4 E3 1 June 2013 to 31 January 2014
E5 E4 1 February 2013 to 31 January 2014
E6 E5 1 February 2011 to 31 January 2014
E7 E6 1 February 2011 to 31 December 2013
When recommending candidates for advancement, commands must verify candidates
have an evaluation in current paygrade to establish a PMA.
Refer to ref (f) for use of concurrent evaluations for specific individual
augmentees (IA) and operation support assignment (OSA) tours for PMA
computation and for use to establish eligibility for EP TIR waivers. IA/OSA
concurrent evaluations used for TIR waivers must have an ending date by 31
January 2014. If a service member does not have an evaluation within the
period specified, prepare a special evaluation with block 15 reflecting 31
January 2014 for E4, E5, and E6 candidates; 31 December 2013 for E7
5. General examination info:
a. Ensure all candidates, ESOs, proctors, and administrators have
required clearance prior to examination administration.
b. Examinations will be administered per Chapter 6 of ref (b), this
NAVADMIN, and the general examination verbatim instruction. Do not
administer any Cycle 094 examinations prior to 1 February 2014 unless
specifically authorized by COMNAVPERSCOM (PER-812) or under the provisions of
c. Points for off-duty education for E4/5/6 candidates: Sailors will be
awarded two points for an accredited associate's degree and four points for
an accredited baccalaureate degree or above.
Education points will be awarded for the highest degree held. To allow
sufficient time for the Navy college center to process all documents,
transcripts for Sailors must be received by the Navy college center no later
than 15 January 2014. The Navy college center will validate the transcript
and enter education data into the Navy college management information system
(NCMIS). The NCMIS value will be used in the final multiple score
calculation. When calculating award points locally, do not include degree
award points in that calculation.
d. For ratings with multiple examinations, it is imperative that ESOs
ensure proper examination identification is used during examination ordering
and answer sheet verification (i.e., ATI/ATO, ET/ETR/ETV, MM/MME/MMW).
Incorrect examination identification will cause examinations to be
e. Aviation electronics technician (AT) examinations: Administer ATI
examinations for intermediate maintenance personnel and ATO examinations for
organizational maintenance personnel. To ensure the best possible candidates
are selected for CPO, beginning with the Cycle 222 FY-15 E7 selection board,
ATI and ATO board eligible personnel will be merged into one selection pool.
Personnel will continue to be tested via two separate exams.
f. Examinations for recalled reservists will be ordered by the command
holding the member's service record. Authority is granted to administer
examinations to SELRES candidates on active-duty concurrently with their
regular Navy counterparts on 23 January 2014 for E7, 6 March 2014 for E6, 13
March 2014 for E5 and 20 March 2014 for E4. However, these SELRES candidates
are still required to take the Cycle 094 reserve examination and not the
active-duty Cycle 222 or 223 examinations.
g. The examination answer sheet form has been updated to reflect the
newly structured 175-question examination format, and replaces the social
security number (SSN) with the Department of Defense Identification Number
(DOD ID). The new form, NETPDTC
1430/2 (Rev 3-2013), can easily be identified by its green color.
Destroy all red examination answer sheets, NETPDTC 1430/2(Rev 9-2000). Block
4 of the examination answer sheet should be filled in with 094 as the cycle.
h. Rating entry for non-designated personnel must be approved by PERS-
812. Non-designated members who require an "A" school waiver for advancement
examination participation must submit a request to PERS-812 postmarked by 31
i. Requests to administer examinations late must be held to a minimum to
allow time for adequate processing and quota determination. Submit requests
to administer examinations late per paragraph 605.d. of ref (b) via message
or encrypted e-mail to NETPDTC (N321). Requests are to include member's
name, rate, DOD-ID number, and justification for missing regular examination.
No action will be taken on requests received without justification. Ensure
"Admin Error" and "Operational Commitment" are clarified when used as
justification. Requests received by NETPDTC after 7 March 2014 will be
disapproved. Examinations administered late must be administered NLT 31
March 2014 or within seven days of receipt.
When a candidate justifiably misses a regular examination and an examination
is at the command, do not destroy examination. Submit a request as described
above for permission to retain the examination for late administration.
j. If an examination is administered in error, the command must request
to invalidate it per paragraph 610 of ref (b).
6. Forwarding examination returns. Submit examination answer sheets by
close of business the day after administration of the examination.
Expeditious submission is required; grading cannot commence until the
majority of examinations are received. Mail enlisted advancement examination
answer sheet packages via a traceable method to:
BLDG 2435 RM 1167
6490 SAUFLEY FIELD ROAD
PENSACOLA, FL 32509-5240
Per ref (b), paragraph 611.a. and ref (a), package the original transmittal
letter, answer sheets and enclosures in an envelope using a cardboard
stiffener. Do not seal the envelope with excessive tape and do not fold,
staple, spindle, cut, or mutilate answer sheets. Do not send packing lists
or letters of destruction (maintain at command per ref (b), paragraph
612.a.). Do not send worksheets (except for IA and SBE waiver candidates).
Mail in the following manner:
a. CONUS installations. Send examination answer sheets via FedEx under
the current GSA contract. Retain a proof of delivery tracking number. FedEx
may be tracked at www.fedex.com/us.
b. Overseas shore commands. Send examination answer sheets via FedEx or
United States Postal Service (USPS) three-day express mail service. Retain a
proof of delivery with FedEx or a return receipt
with USPS. Express mail may be tracked at www.usps.com.
c. Deployed ships. Send examination answer sheets in registered mail
working bag addressed to the servicing fleet mail center in the deployed
area. The third line of the address should read "ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATION
ANSWER SHEETS ENCLOSED - DO NOT OPEN IN THE MAILROOM". The Postal Officer
will then forward via USPS three-day express mail to NETPDTC.
d. Do not mix cycles together when returning answer sheets.
Separate each cycle and mail individually.
e. Commands shall verify receipt of examination answer sheets by NETPDTC
on the NEAS website's electronic tote board located at
7. Examination discrepancies: A detailed discrepancy list will be
maintained at the NEAS website for ESOs and authorized viewers.
Resolve examination discrepancies in accordance with ref (b), table 7-3, via
letter or encrypted e-mail with attachments to
sfly_n321_discrepanc(at)navy.mil. Ensure NSIPS is correct prior to
submitting requests for correction.
8. Examination results: Examination results will be posted on the NEAS
website and may be accessed by registered users.
a. The examination status verification report (ESVR) is the official
source for the results. This report must be verified for accuracy prior to
frocking and advancement. Confirmation of a candidate's selection board
status will be indicated on the candidate's profile sheet or the ESVR.
(1) Commands must submit a message to NETPDTC Pensacola, FL (N321),
info COMNAVPERSCOM Millington, TN (PERS-812), requesting invalidation for
candidates no longer eligible or no longer recommended for advancement.
(2) Withdrawal of advancement recommendation must be documented in
accordance with ref (b), paragraph 721.b.
a. Commands will be notified via Naval message if a candidate's
examination is invalidated due to unusual circumstances. All other
invalidation notifications will be through ESVR for accuracy and profile
sheets. Contact NETPDTC by phone or encrypted e-mail for clarification of
c. Commands are directed to verify the ESVR for accuracy and re-verify
weekly thereafter until scheduled board convening date.
If necessary, take corrective actions per ref (b) to ensure candidates who
qualify for selection board consideration are designated as SBE prior to the
board convening date.
d. Rate change authorizations, profile sheets, and command statistic
reports are available at the NEAS website.
e. Individual Sailors may view/download their profile sheet at the
"Profile Sheets" link on the NKO Navy Advancement Center website. Log onto
Navy NKO at https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil and follow the Navy CAC link under
f. As noted in paragraph 102 of ref (b), candidates share equal
responsibility with their parent commands in ensuring their name appears on
the selection board eligibility list. After exhausting local resources, if
the candidate's name still does not appear on the eligibility list, contact
PERS-802 prior to board convening.
Failure to do so may affect approval of special selection board requests.
The FY-15 reserve selection board will convene 19 May 2014.
9. Communication with the selection board. Candidates' letter to board
(LTB), which may be mailed or e-mailed to the addresses below, provides
candidates the opportunity to submit any missing documents from the sections
of their records that are viewed by the selection boards. Candidates are
encouraged to review ref (b), chapter 12 and ref (g) concerning selection
board record review and guidance for LTB submission. Selection boards will
review the OMPF and performance summary record (PSR) Parts I, II, and III of
all candidates, as well as items submitted by candidates per policy outlined
in this NAVADMIN. A LTB is only recommended if the candidate's OMPF is
missing information, their PSR reflects incorrect data, or they have
information they desire to convey to the board. Candidates are not required
to submit a LTB to notify the board that everything is correct in their
record. Candidates are encouraged to access their OMPF via BUPERS online to
verify completeness. Candidates may also request a copy of their OMPF as
outlined in ref (h). In many cases, items viewable in NSIPS electronic
service record (ESR) may not be contained in a candidate's OMPF. Therefore
if documents that candidates want the board to review are not viewable via
"OMPF My Record", they may submit those documents with their LTB. Further
LTB submission guidance is as follows:
a. Communication to the board must originate from the individual member
and must be accompanied under the candidate's LTB. Information received that
is not under the candidate's LTB (third party correspondence) or not received
by the NPC customer service center (CSC) by the established deadline will not
be presented to the board. The time and date LTBs are received in the NPC
CSC inbox is the time and date used for deadline verification (Central
Standard Time). LTBs must be received by NPC CSC by 28 April 2014. Although
a late LTB may be accepted by the NPC CSC, it will not be presented to the
board. This supersedes ref (b).
b. All mailed LTBs must be on plain white paper, paper clipped (no
staples, binders, folders, or tabs), and submitted under cover letter to the
president of the board. Candidates must verify the correct board number (see
below) is on their LTB to ensure it appears before the proper board.
c. Full name and full SSN must be affixed and legible on all documents
d. Selection board mailing addresses. Use of special handling mail
(certified or registered) is not advised due to significant delays in
(1) E7 Selection Board Mailing Address:
NAVY PERSONNEL COMMAND CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER
PRESIDENT FY15 RESERVE E7 SELECTION BOARD #336
#335 (SELRES/ADOS/ADT/MOBILIZATION/PRESIDENTIAL RECALL)
5720 INTEGRITY DRIVE
MILLINGTON, TN 38055-6300
e. E-mail address for submitting a LTB is cscselboard(at)navy.mil.E-
mailed LTBs must be encrypted to protect personally identifiable information.
Trouble with file encryption or certificate issues does not justify a late
LTB. If the candidate is unable to send the e-mail encrypted to
cscselboard(at)navy.mil, candidates may utilize the safe access file exchange
(SAFE) website at https://safe.amrdec.army.mil/safe/ to transmit their LTB.
In order for LTBs to be considered by the board, the NPC CSC must receive the
e-mail notification of the file upload from SAFE before the deadline. There
may be a delay for the SAFE web site to notify NPC CSC of file upload.
Therefore, candidates are highly encouraged to submit their LTB early.
f. Candidates are authorized to submit more than one LTB, vice waiting
until the deadline to submit one all-inclusive LTB. LTBs forwarded for
consideration by the selection boards will not be added to the candidate's
OMPF, except for award citations accurately reflected in the Navy department
awards services (NDAWS) website, per ref (i).
10. Selection board official results will be announced via NAVADMIN.
11. Any additional information regarding this cycle will be posted on the
NEAS website and the NPC enlisted career administration webpages
enlistedcareeradmin/pages/advancement.aspx and http://www.public.
12. Summary of key dates and events:
|1 February 2011-31 January 2014||E6 candidate eval period for PMA|
|1 February 2011-31 December 2013||E7 candidate eval period for PMA|
|1 July 2011 or earlier||E6 TIR date (paragraph 3)|
|1 January 2012 or earlier||E7 TIR date (paragraph 3)|
|1 February 2013 – 31 January 2014||E5 candidate eval period for PMA|
|1 June 2013 – 31 January 2014||E4 candidate eval period for PMA|
|1 July 2013 or earlier||E5 TIR date (paragraph 3)|
|17 November 2013-19 December 2013||Initial order non-SCI exams|
|20 December 2013-29 January 2014||Additional order non-SCI exams|
|31 December 2013||Deadline to submit “A” school|
|waiver (paragraph 5)|
|1 January 2014 or earlier||E4 TIR date (paragraph 3)|
|23 January 2014||E7 active-duty exam date|
|15 January 2014||Deadline to submit transcripts for|
|education pts (paragraph 5)|
|31 January 2014||Deadline to graduate from “A”|
|school (paragraph 3)|
|31 January 2014||Eligibility requirements must be|
|met (paragraph 3)|
|31 January 2014||Ending date for IA/OSA concurrent|
|evals (paragraph 4)|
|01 February 2014||First date to administer exams|
|Day after exam||Deadline to submit exam answer|
|sheets (paragraph 6)|
|02 March 2014||Deadline to order SCI exams|
|03 March 2014||Deadline to order non-SCI exams|
|06 March 2014||E6 active-duty exam date|
|13 March 2014||E5 active-duty exam date|
|20 March 2014||E4 active-duty exam date|
|31 March 2014||Last day to administer late exams|
|(paragraph 2), exam must be|
|administered within 7 days of|
|01 April 2014||First day to destroy unused exams|
|15 April 2014||Deadline for sending SBE waiver|
|requests (paragraph 3)|
|28 April 2014||Deadline to submit LTB|
|19 May 2014||Reserve E7 Selection Board|
|convenes (paragraph 8)|
|01 July 2014||E4/5/6 terminal eligibility date|
|1 July 2014 or later||E4/5/6 HYT/HYT waiver eligibility|
|date (paragraph 3)|
|1 September 2014 or later||E7 HYT/HYT waiver eligibility date|
|01 January 2015||E7 terminal eligibility date|
NEAS – https://neasos.cnet.navy.mil
NKO – https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil
NPC info (exams) – http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/career/enlistedcareeradmin/pages/advancement.aspx
NPC info (CPO Board) – http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/boards/reserveenlisted/pages/cposelectionboards.aspx
NEAS Tote Board – https://neasos.cnet.navy.mil/neas/public/toteboard.aspx
USPS – www.usps.com
FEDEX – www.fedex.com/us
Letters to the Board – firstname.lastname@example.org
SAFE – https://safe.amrdec.army.mil/safe/
14. Points of contact:
a. NPC CSC at 1-866-U-ASK-NPC (1-866-827-5672) or via e-mail at
b. PERS-812 (enlisted advancements)/802 (E7 eligibility) via e-mail at
c. NETPDTC exam ordering at (850) 473-6142/DSN 459 or via e-mail at
d. NETPDTC exam discrepancies at (850) 473-6148/DSN 459 or via e-mail at
e. Mrs. Janet Mejias, NETPDTC SCI exams, at (850) 452-1620/DSN
459 or via e-mail at sfly_cryptologic.products(at)navy.mil or Ms. Judy Boston
at (850) 452-1045/DSN 459 or via e-mail at judy.boston(at)navy.mil; and
f. Mr. Bruce Dietly, NETPDTC SBE Waivers, via e-mail at
bruce.dietly(at)navy.mil or Ms. Jennifer Spohn at (850) 473-6148/DSN
753 or via e-mail at jennifer.spohn(at)navy.mil.
15. Released by Vice Admiral W. F. Moran, N1.//